Sciontec Liverpool’s vision for a globally-facing 21stcentury knowledge-economy moved forward today as a major partnership to help unlock growth in the science and technology sector was announced.
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has agreed to provide £5 million funding, from its Single Investment Fund, for a new University development that could create more than 400 jobs.
The University of Liverpool has received approval from the Department of Education to establish a specialist maths college which will provide world-leading maths education for young people from all backgrounds who have a passion for mathematics.
Proton Partners International has agreed a two-year collaborative research project with the University of Liverpool to enhance proton beam therapy.
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